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Step inside the elasticated darkness of Perth’s Patient Sixty-Seven and their latest track Mare’s Nest.
Marking the metalcore trio’s third single for the year, Mare’s Nest is a delectably savage outing, with plenty of bounce and brutality woven into a hard-hitting commentary on struggling with mental health and seeking the strength to resurface from the darkness.
Complete with blistering drumwork, an earworm chorus, and some of the group’s heaviest moments of their career to date, Mare’s Nest is a formidable addition to the expansive Patient Sixty-Seven catalogue, complete with plenty of bleghs as well as a breakdown you can really snap your neck to.
Following the release of their debut 2022 album Wishful Thinking, Patient Sixty-Seven are readily growing their sonic arsenal as they continue on a brand new chapter, with more new music on the cards confirmed by the band themselves. And with Wishful Thinking also charting on the Billboard and ARIA Charts, and also topping the national Metal iTunes Charts, the ongoing P67 success story is made even more remarkable given the band’s 100% independent status – all while hailing from one of the most isolated cities in the world.
Mare’s Nest is a delectably savage outing, with plenty of bounce and brutality woven into a hard-hitting commentary on struggling with mental health and seeking the strength to resurface from the darkness.
With a razor-sharp focus on infectious melodies and powerful ferocity, Patient Sixty-Seven are undeniably one of the more original metalcore acts currently exploding across the country, with the group also dedicated to authentically connecting with their fanbase, cultivating a community built on empowerment while harnessing the power of music to overcome life’s hurdles.
Mare’s Nest may lyrically centre around internal struggles during, as the band puts it in their press material, “a mental decline and becoming at odds with yourself in your darkest moments”, but the end result is one that is both uplifting and cathartic. With plenty of heart and a heap of heavy moments to sink your sonic fangs into, Mare’s Nest is an exciting peek at what’s to come from one of Perth’s favourite heavy acts.
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